In this series of short video talks, Hull History Centre staff explore some of the stories we've found in our collections. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you never miss a new video!
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The Lion of Hull: Alderman Sir Joseph Leopold Schultz OBE
This month Jews around the world celebrate the seven-day festival of Passover, and our latest Stories from the Strongrooms talk looks at the political contribution of Sir Leo Shultz (1900-1991) to the city of Hull. The talk will guide you through his life, pointing out some little-known and interesting facts along the way.
Arts and Crafts in the Archives
In this video we explore the more creative side of archives as we take a look at some of the arts and crafts items held at the History Centre.
‘Of modern origin and Spurious character’: The Hull Celebrities & Johnson Manuscript of William Gunnell
Join us in exploring the controversial 1876 ‘Hull Celebrities’ book by William Gunnell and the related Johnson manuscript from which it was allegedly derived.
In this episode of our Stories from the Strongrooms we look at Bransholme Castle. Its early history is somewhat shrouded in mystery, with little known about its origins. Because of this, hypotheses are put forward as to its construction using sources available held at the Hull History Centre.